Definition of Neomorphs

1. Noun. (plural of neomorph) ¹



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Definition of Neomorphs

1. neomorph [n] - See also: neomorph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neomorphs

neologize
neologized
neologizer
neologizers
neologizes
neologizing
neology
neomembrane
neomenoidea
neomenthol
neominimalist
neominimalists
neomodern
neomorph
neomorphic
neomorphs (current term)
neomycin
neomycin sulfate
neomycins
neon
neon-20
neon-21
neon-22
neon fish
neon glow lamp
neon induction lamp
neon lamp
neon light
neon lighting
neon sign

Literary usage of Neomorphs

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1. Handbook of meat inspection by Robert Ostertag, Earley Vernon Wilcox (1907)
"Tuberculous neomorphs on the pleura may reach a considerable thickness (up to 20 cm. and over), and this without the subjacent parts, ribs, and intercostal ..."

2. A Treatise on Zoology by Edwin Ray Lankester (1906)
"... are neomorphs and an exception to the general rule. 5. Excretory Organs.—The essential organs of excretion are the renal sacs or ..."

3. Biological Lectures Delivered at the Marine Biological Laboratory of Wood's (1899)
"... are neomorphs which have more or less completely replaced the ancestral mesoblast. This evidence may be arranged in three lines: — i. ..."

4. The Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology (1905)
"but are neomorphs in craniates which are just beginning their specialization in cyclostomes. The general cutaneous nerve of LOCY and the olfactory nerve are ..."

5. Elements of the Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by Robert Wiedersheim (1886)
"... that is the four primitive upper olfactory scrolls of Mammals, are to be regarded as neomorphs, the inferior ..."

6. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1893)
"These latter must be looked upon as extensive neomorphs, which have taken their origin late in the history of the animal's development, ..."

7. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1906)
"... arising as neomorphs in the adjacent skin, especially in the skin of the axilla. It is also probable that isolated encapsuled portions of gland are the ..."

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